If you enjoy hiking and just need a break to soak up nature, this is the place to visit. Ten min ferry ride, then you can walk around the island. I use my trekking poles and just enjoyed the walk. There is a small cafe...More
1 - 10 of 236 reviews
Not much there really except the remains of an old village. Interesting though to see how people survived here until comparatively recently.
Seems a little uninspired. Did not actually go to the island itself, but saw most of it from Hop off/Hop on bus. Seems a little barren, apparently there are a few houses on the island. Other than that seems mostly for a peaceful walk.
Choose a dry morning or afternoon and allow half a day, taking the ferry from one of the 3 pick-ups. It is possible to walk around the island in that time, and for shorter trips the tea house and old church are 2 minutes from...More
You have a choice if 3 departure points to get to Videy island by ferry. We left from Harpa. There are 2 departure times from Harpa and the Old Port wharf which is about 5 minutes from Harpa. It was layering clothes as the short...More
I got my Reykjavik city pass so the ferry is free so I thought why not to take a look at the island. There's not much going on but only a coffee house (the largest building on the island) was operating. Not much to see...More
it's a relatively short ferry ride over there that offers great views of the harbor and city.. We had the pleasure of dining in the Videyjarstofa restaurant that is not to be missed. Food and service were lovely.. never mind the upstairs setting with huge...More
I had a 24-hour Reykjavik City Card, which includes the ferry to Videy. I was on foot so getting to the ferry terminal was a little interesting; my GPS took me a weird way through the "industrial" part of town, but you should really just...More
We pretty much had the whole island to ourselves. Took the 12:15pm ferry over from the ferry station right across the water. Perfect lunch at the restaurant near ferry port. Fresh bread, delicious meats. We then spent the second hour walking around, ran into just...More